Reaching new heights in engineering starts with quality foundation and innovation. The cooperative engineering program at Missouri State University, a partnership with Missouri University of Science and Technology, will be grounded in newly constructed engineering facilities at the Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise Center. The additional spaces support the cooperative … [Read more...] about Missouri State dedicates engineering spaces at Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise Center
Plants are as vulnerable to germs as people. These germs can cause disease in plants and negatively impact the agriculture industry. Among plants, grapevine is the most valuable horticultural crop, according to Dr. Laszlo Kovacs, professor of biology at Missouri State University. Grapes are the basis of raisins, jellies, juice and, if you are 21 or older, wine. The growth … [Read more...] about Using software to boost grapevine health
To thrive, stores must build customer loyalty. One way to accomplish this: offering frequent shopper cards. “Frequent shopper cards provide various small incentives to consumers for buying from their affiliated stores, such as discounts,” Dr. Steven Senger, associate professor of mathematics at Missouri State University, said. But these discounts only come in exchange for … [Read more...] about Frequent shopper cards: The power in every swipe
Despite an especially tough past year, Missouri State University faculty and staff managed to pursue robust research, education and service projects. The university received external grants and contracts worth close to $36 million in fiscal year (FY) 2021. This is a record-setting amount and about a 21% jump from the $29.7 million in FY2020. Faculty and staff submitted 340 … [Read more...] about A record-breaking year for research
What does earth science focus on and what do earth scientists do? Dr. Doug Gouzie, geology professor at Missouri State University, answers these questions and more on U.S. News Education. … [Read more...] about What’s earth science all about?